Library Media Center
Follett Destiny NWR7
To provide a wide variety of materials to support the curriculum and to do so in a manner which reflects the current technology for information retrieval.
To provide the opportunity for each student to access information needed to support the classroom curriculum.
To provide instruction in accessing information.
WHAT IS THE LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER?
The library media center is both a place to store information and an approach to accessing information. The center consists of over 20,000 volumes including books, audio tapes, video tapes, and e-books. In addition, periodicals and other reference sources can be accessed through on-line databases.
Regular Materials - Three Weeks (Renewable)
Periodicals - One Week
Reserve Materials - Overnight
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday - Friday: 7:15 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Adding a Review to the OPAC
ResearchitCT - Connecticut's databases, including magazine and newspaper articles, images, almanacs, website links and more
Encyclopedia Britannica Online
Gale Group Databases, including Opposing viewpoints, Student Resources in Context, and the Gale Virtual Reference Library
Columbia Granger's World of Poetry
Literary criticisms from Salem Press
History resources from Salem Press
Social Studies resources from Sharpe Books